Technical Articles

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Micromeritics


Micromeritics has published these technical articles:

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The chemical adsorption isotherm reveals information about the active surface of a material and has been employed for many years as a standard analytical tool for the evaluation of catalysts.... (View Full Article)
(Density and Specific Gravity Sensing)
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There are a number of manual and automated methods for determining volume and density. This article, however, focuses on laboratory methods that are most often used in research and quality control... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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Mercury intrusion porosimetry is one of only a few analytical techniques that permits an analyst to acquire data over such a broad dynamic range using a single theoretical model. Mercury porosimetry... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Scientific Software)
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An update in version 3.0 of Micromeritics' MicroActive software allows for pasting HPVA II data into MicroActive sample files.... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Equipment)
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The combustion of fossil fuels for energy has steadily increased the concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth's atmosphere. Of the numerous trace gases, carbon dioxide is a major component... (View Full Article)
(Chemicals and Raw Materials)
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Since prehistory man has been aware of the importance of particle size in producing resources and wares with desired properties. Archeological evidence indicates that paints used for cave wall... (View Full Article)
(Density and Specific Gravity Sensing)
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The Particulate Systems HPVA (High Pressure Volumetric Analyzer) can evaluate the adsorption and desorption isotherms of carbons, metal organic frameworks (MOFs), and other materials at pressures up... (View Full Article)
(Density and Specific Gravity Sensing)
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Determining the hydrogen storage capabilities of materials such as Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and other highly microporous materials is an important undertaking in the modern push for a hydrogen... (View Full Article)